Ecogastronomy Dual Major
The Dual Major in EcoGastronomy integrates UNH strengths in sustainable agriculture, hospitality management, and nutrition. EcoGastronomy offers a unique academic program emphasizing the interdisciplinary, international, and experiential knowledge that connects all three fields.
The EcoGastronomy Dual Major is a collaboration with the University of New Hampshire's College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, and the Sustainability Institute.
EcoGastronomy Dual Major
|ECOG 401||Introduction to Ecogastronomy||4|
|SAFS 405||Sustainable Agriculture and Food Production||4|
|HMGT 403||Introduction to Food Management||0 or 4|
|NUTR 400||Nutrition in Health and Well Being||4|
|ECOG 685||EcoGastronomy Study Abroad 1||0-20|
|ECOG 701||EcoGastronomy Capstone 2||2-4|
|Select one elective from the following courses:||4|
|Animal Rights and Societal Issues|
|Cooperative for Real Education in Agricultural Management (CREAM)|
|Agricultural and Food Policy|
|American Environmental History|
|International Wine and Beverage|
|International Food and Culture|
|Exploration in Entrepreneurial Management|
|Natural Resources and Environmental Policy|
|Farm to Table: A Case Study in the Northern Beauce Region of France|
|Ecological Sustainability and Values|
|International Environmental Politics and Policies for the 21st Century|
|Sustainable Living - Global Perspectives|
|Systems Thinking for Sustainable Solutions|
|From Seed to Sea: Examining Sustainable Food Systems|
|Food Production Field Experience I|
|Principles of Aquaculture|
|Fisheries Biology: Conservation and Management|
ECOG 685 EcoGastronomy Study Abroad is a variable credit course. ECOG students much complete at least 12 credits of study abroad.
Satisfies the capstone requirement of the Discovery Program for the EcoGastronomy major.